Built on GM’s Theta platform, after the likeness of Chevrolet Equinox, but presently built on the Delta platform, the GMC Terrain, which was assembled and marketed by the General Motors, is a crossover smallest SUV vehicle, positioned below the Acadia, which replaced the Pontiac Torrent that was sold in the same showrooms prior to GM dropping the Pontiac brand.
The 2010 Terrain made its first appearance in April 2009 at the New York International Auto Show and was introduced as a replacement for the Pontiac Torrent, which ended its assembling after GM closed the Pontiac brand in 2010. In 2013, Denali was introduced, which offers an improved interior, more chrome trim, cross-traffic detection, blind-spot warning, and power passenger seat.
In 2016, GMC The introduction of the Terrain Nightfall Edition by GMC in 2016. Replaces the chrome, which comes with revised rims and machined faces and black spokes. On January 8, 2017, the second-generation GMC Terrain was unveiled, and was available as three-engine model choices, with standard features of a 7-inch touchscreen with LED daytime running taillights and headlights.
Problems with GMC Terrain Model
Excessive Oil Consumption
Engine Stalls/Shuts Down While Driving